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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Atchison, Kansas Psf i Atchison daily Globe # commador Otiva air Quot ii Quot ten cents per copy Atchison Kansas monday. May 20, 1963 8-pages eighty sixth year 26063teenager to Friend Quot my father wants me to have All the things he did no to particularly a report card with All a so a around the visiting Royalty Nek area a a common Market nations agree to Tariff slashes m i common Market brass Fra elects officers Highland Sam twombly was elected president of the Highland Fra chapter for the coming year at a recent chapter meeting. Don Scott was elected vice president Dean Butrick Secretary John Rush treasurer Leonard twombly reporter and Dwayne Lewis Sentinel. Raymond Studer is the chapter adviser. Purchase Motel Highland or. And mrs. C. R. Goens of Kansas City have purchased the College Motel and a amp a driven on . 36 Here from or. And mrs. John Stultz owners the last three years. Or. And mrs. Goens will take Over june i. Auxiliary officers Everest mrs. Walter bom Ley was elected president of the american legion auxiliary Here at a recent meeting. Mrs. Herbert Streeter was elected first vice president mrs. Lee Plankinton second vice president mrs. . Geiger Secretary mrs. Henry Bushong treasurer mrs. Robert Irsik historian Jones chaplain and mrs. Sig Wald Jacobsen sergeant at arms. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a miss Ragga Ragga from Australia was a Brief visitor at Atchison s Amelia Earhart Airport on a sightseeing flight Over Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri provided by Earl Benner and his son Earl jr., of Leavenworth and bean Lake. She is really miss Jeanetta Mcgarry and her town Wagg swagga is now sister City to Leavenworth sponsored by the Leavenworth chamber of Commerce. Vera Lee Mcginnis As miss Leavenworth will go to Ragga Ragga this fall in this foreign Friendship photo. J j in Birmingham to receive diplomas Winchester a graduation exercises for those completing the eighth Grade will be held Friday at 8 . At the Grade school auditorium. The Rev. Dale Gardner will give the address. There Are 20 members of the graduating class. To Kan area weather increasing cloudiness with scattered showers cooler. Missing dynamite worries officials Geneva a the european common Market countries agreed today to american demands for across the Board Tariff cuts. This apparent reversal of position was aimed at ending the deadlock Between the world s two greatest trading blocs. But at the same time the six european countries demanded that in return the United states agree to an automatic formula for adjusting gaps Between High american tariffs and lower european ones. West German economics minister Ludwig Erhard claimed credit for the new proposal which he said he thought would end the deadlock with the United states. French finance minister Valery Giscard Deestaing said Quot its for the americans to the full session of the 73-nation general agreement on tariffs and trades conference marked time while the common marketers and the americans cockeyed for position. Chairman Hans Schaffner of Switzerland called off an afternoon meeting but agreed to preside at a special evening session of the disputing sides. Crux of the situation is that ministers of the common Market countries of r Ance. West Germany Italy the Netherlands Belgium and Luxembourg insist on reductions in individual . Tariffs they considered Crossroads report High As Well As agreed general cuts. The . Delegation has insisted on equal percentage cuts from both sides with a goal of slashes As High As 50 per cent. It wants to open formal bargaining sessions May 6, 1964, a common Market official said no Date could be fixed for bargaining talks until the United states and the Trade bloc agree on an approach. He said the common Market would agree to a Date if the United states consents to handle the High Tariff problem on the same level As its proposals for across the Board cuts. Maurice Brasseau belgian minister of foreign Trade conveyed the Market groups decision to Christian a. Herter president Kennedy a chief negotiator at the Gatt talks. The talks wind up tuesday. These Are men who help guide the destinies of the european economic Community. Their Job economic Unity among the common markets six member nations France West Germany Italy Belgium the nether i a n d s and Luxembourg. After big fanfare spaceman relaxes before . Stint Kansas partly Cloudy and a Little cooler possible showers East Low tonight in 40s, High tomorrow 60-70. Missouri Cloudy and cooler with Chance of Light showers Low tonight near 50, High tomorrow in 60s. Birmingham Ala. A authorities Are investigating the theft of a Large amount of dynamite several Days before twin. _ blasts touched off negro rioting More ram Low tonight near 50, High to in this City and threw Sparks of racial unrest All Over the for Kansas rainfall .20 inches. Two cases of dynamite were total for May 6 inches stolen from a storage House Topeka a Kansas had Normal for May 4.62 inches prior to the May la bombings Clear sunny weather today but total for 1963, 12.75 inches of a negro House and a Motel More Clouds and showers Are a a a. A sheriff Melvin Bailey disclosed on the Way. Thermometer readings sunday. Normally that would another Cool front will move 8 . .68 into Kansas by tonight touch 9 . 70 ing off showers. They will main to . 72 uhf Lyl by be in the Northeast and West la . .72 Wido elem sections. 12 noon.74 d id highs today were to be around i . 76 re Ingwal Post 70 and lows tonight in the 40s. 2 . 78 morning lows were from 37 at 230 , .78 Ray Van Dyke jr., 23, 112 Goodland to 47 at Pittsburg. Low 42 South fifteenth Street a has been the weekend was Rainy and employed by the Urban renewal Cool with southwestern sections five Day forecast Agency As an aide in the office getting the most rain in weeks Kansas a temperatures a graduate of St. Benedictus months in some areas. Tuesday through saturday will College Van Dyke received his the sunday Rains will not average about to degrees below degree in economics in May erase the shortage of water but Normal turning cooler Early in 1962. He has been employed in will be a big help to Farmers period and remaining Cool until Kansas City since the weather Bureau said. Much Friday and saturday Normal Van Dyke is a son of or. And of this years wheat crop is highs 74-77, Normal lows46-56 mrs. Ray Van Dyke or. Of already lost. Precipitation will average one Atchison. He is unmarried. Quarter to one half Inch except his duties with Urban re near one Inch Southwest occur Newal will involve relocation Inga showers scattered property management and site crash tip throughout the period. Clearance. Collects be too pounds. Quot its a frightening amount a said Bailey. Quot there is plenty of Loose dynamite in this area. A an uneasy Calm prevailed during the weekend. Nearly 1,300 Law enforcement officers were available for duty and potential trouble areas were under heavy patrol. About 3,000 Federal troops called up by president Kennedy for possible use in Birmingham were on standby at two Alabama bases. Gov. Georgw c. Wallace who has sent about 700 state officers into the City filed suit saturday in an Effort to Block any use of the Federal troops. The president and Wallace met a few hours later at muscle Shoals in North Alabama at a Tennessee Valley authority anniversary Observance. They talked during a helicopter continued on Page 5 dear editor i see where a scheme is now being worked on to solve All of our farm problems in the . With Quot Supply management by political anti tees. My Over fed neighbor says he notes this Type of total control program is being used in communist countries and works Good As they done to have any trouble with food surpluses High storage costs or Rich Farmers. Says government management of crop production also frees everybody but the Boss class from having to bother with reducing diets. . Scott Crossroads .a. Cape canaveral Fla. A with two Days of examinations questions and confetti behind him astronaut Gordon Cooper planned to do absolutely nothing today except relax. That a something that comes easy to a Man who can doze off while perched atop a rocket set to blast him into space. Asked at a news conference sunday if he thought his flight concluded project Mercury Cooper replied that it was his personal opinion that great gain would come from an extended Mercury flight. Then he tossed the question to or. Robert c. Seamans associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration. Quot we Are faced with a decision in the next week or so on another Mercury flight Quot Seamans said but said it is quite unlikely another Mercury manned Mission will be conducted. Quot the longer you keep Mercury personnel working on Mercury flights the longer you delay putting them on the gemini program he said. Tuesday the laconic oklahoman with the Huck finn Grin will received the National Aero antics and space administrations distinguished service medal from president Kennedy at a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden. Then he will address a joint session of Congress and the following Day will go to new York for a ticker tape Parade. Today Cooper plans Only to rest from the one predictable after effect of his 34-hour cosmic adventure an Onrush of adulation from an admiring populace. His latest taste of it was a Homey and Heartfelt Welcome by the people of Cocoa Beach who turned out sunday along a 5 1/2-mile stretch of Sun drenched Highway and waved flags and Bunting and Beach towels and hollered Quot Well done it was one of the largest crowds Ever assembled in this Neon lighted Sand spit which the astronauts Call their Home away from Home. The astronaut accepted the plaudits from an open car waving and grinning his now famous Grin. Beside him was his wife Trudy. Two cars behind were their daughters Camala 14, and Janita 13, smiling in teenage embarrassment. The Parade ended at a Beach front Motel where the girls sat demurely and listened to their continued on Page 7 for newspaper collection seek mementos at Potter Julian Cox 1149 parallel Street is the Winner of last weeks $2.50 news tip for alerting the Globe to a two car collision on . 73 in which mrs. Herman Torkelson of Everest was killed. Torkelson and the Driver of the other car John Cameron Lancaster Are patients in the Atchison Hospital with injuries suffered in the wreck. Jack Adams of Potter won the $2.50 new photo with a picture a a baby Fox inadvertently caught in a trap set for its Mother who was fond of chickens. Mrs. Charles Higley reported a Peony Bush in the Higley Yard at 1406 Kearney Street bearing 250 blooms. Several Good photos were submitted including one of a bachelors card club from Clarence Fuhrman Huron and a Corn carnival photo from mrs. Clarence Moore Muscotah. Each week the Globe pays $2.50 for the Best news tip and the same amount for the new photo judged Best. New photos May be brought or called to the Globe 1015-25 main Street. News tips May be phoned to any Globe reporter pm 7-0583, judging is based on Friday to sunday publication. Today in Washington by the associated press latin America ambassador Delesseps s. Morrison says the organization of american states will act soon to halt the flow of funds communist agents and propaganda from Cuba to other latin american countries. Morrison said sunday he expects effective action soon after presentation of a report prepared by the Oas 11-nation vigilance committee on the cuban subversion problem. The american ambassador to the Oas spoke in a radio and television interview. Kennedy Macmillan White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger has denied that president Kennedy snubbed British prime minister Harold Macmillan. Relations Between the two leaders Are excellent Salinger said sunday. He was asked to comment after Richard Crossman a British labor party spokesman asserted Kennedy had administered a Quot deliberate and monumental snub to Macmillan in connection with the president s trip to Europe in june. Kennedy does not plan to see Macmillan or visit the United kingdom on his trip. Information the Pentagon a information chief has promised Quot to avoid interference to legitimate news coverage by newsmen and photographers at scenes of military air crashes outside military bases. Quot it is Clear policy of the department of defense to allow Access to information concerning the department of defense to the maximum extent possible a assistant Secretary of defense Arthur Sylvester said in a statement sunday. Military deaths there were 4,579 deaths in the , continued on Page 5 Walter Hallstein Hallstein 61, is president and its driving Force. A German he was a world warn prisoner. A it Grain dealers meeting Here James Gillie of Kansas City will be the principal speaker when the Northeast Kansas Grain and feed dealers association holds its Spring meeting tonight at Bellevue country club Here. Dinner will be served at 7 of clock. Golf is being played this afternoon by those attending the meeting. A social hour will Start at 5 of clock. The meeting will be held under the sponsorship of the sponsorship of the Atchison Board of Trade. Sicco Mansholt Mansholt is vice president in charge of agricultural problems. He was a Leader in the dutch resistance forces. A a a a a a a a a a a employees of the University of Kansas press at Lawrence assisted with cleanup work a the Potter Kansan newspaper office at Potter saturday and hunted for Antiques that might be added to the University collection. From left Are Carroll Ciochon mrs. R. F. Ragland wife of the late Potter publisher Theodore Van Woolen mrs. Alice Lincoln daughter of mrs. Ragland Myrick Payton and Thomas c. Ryther. Mrs. Lincoln holds a copy of the Kansan no longer in photo. Saturday was Quot housecleaning time at the Potter Kansan newspaper office. Five employees of the University of Kansas press at Lawrence helped mrs. . Ragland and her daughter mrs. Alice Lincoln do the work. The University men were looking for antique items in the shop that might be appropriate additions to the historical collection at Kun. They sorted through old papers and hunted for antique items. Last edition of the Potter Kansan was published july 17, 1958, the late ref Ragland editor and publisher for Many years suffered a stroke the following Day. He died sept. 9, 1961. Until the group from Lawrence arrived the newspaper office was just As or. Ragland left it when he became ill. Page forms of the last edition were still on the press. The press in one Corner of the Small building was driven by a gasoline engine still in place with the drive Belt still connected to a Pulley Shaft ready for operation. Thomas c. Ryther assistant professor of journalism and superintendent of the University Jean Rey Reyes Field is foreign relations. He has been belgian minister of economics and politically is a Liberal. Continued on Page 5 Henri Cochereau Cochereau is in charge of overseas development. A lawyer he is a former French minister of agriculture

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